When you have a marble countertop in your kitchen, custom kitchen remodeling experts say that one of the common problems that you might have to face is etching, a chemical reaction that eats away at the marble which occurs when the counter comes into contact with acidic foods and drinks such as coffee, wine, soda, or alcohol. Whenever this happens, homeowners often have one question: can the countertop still be repaired? The short answer to this question is yes. Etched marble counters can be repaired.… Continue Reading
What do you do with your old kitchen cabinets once you’ve replaced them? Most homeowners throw them in the dumpster. But that would be too much of a waste. The Kitchen Store, your local kitchen remodeling expert, shares some tips on how to breathe new life into discarded kitchen cabinets—or at least give them a new lease on life.
Cabinets play an important part in your kitchen. Mainly, they hold most of your kitchen utensils, glassware, cooking ingredients and other cooking essentials. And they get used often, having to open and close them to take in or put back stuff. This is why they get run down eventually and you may even notice the wear and tear after a few months of constant use.